Welcome, Guest: Register On Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 3,175,385 members, 7,894,648 topics. Date: Friday, 19 July 2024 at 01:04 PM

Larryomooba's Posts

Nairaland Forum / Larryomooba's Profile / Larryomooba's Posts

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (of 8 pages)

Politics / Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi Sponsored Orange Seller In Recent Picture by Larryomooba(m): 6:21pm On Jun 24, 2023
Most People will remember Ayomide Adeoye the orange hawker, adopted by Iya Adura, Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi, after a video in which he sang "You are Worthy" by Tope Alabi, went viral on the social media. he was later enrolled into Avi-Cenna International school Ikeja GRA in 2019. Below his is recent pictures:
Source: https://twitter.com/dammiedammie35/status/1672588983430270981?s=46&t=xfuSsTBThWCg6RkYZcHrYQ


Politics / Re: Peter Obi: Nigerians In Diaspora Move To Raise $150m, N100bn For Campaign by Larryomooba(m): 6:54pm On Aug 31, 2022
Undergraduates have been out of school for over 6months and counting but I guess it's none of their business cuz it ain't their kids.
You’re manipulative,
If they pay this, when other issues arise u call them again, they’re giving you long lasting solution in person of obi and you’re here waiting.


Politics / Peter Obi: Nigerians In Diaspora Move To Raise $150m, N100bn For Campaign by Larryomooba(m): 6:38pm On Aug 31, 2022
In a bid to bolster his chances in the 2023 presidential election, which holds 178 days from now, Nigerians in the Diaspora have formed groups of committees to launch crowdfunding initiatives for the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Mr. Peter Obi.

They plan to unveil in the coming days a crowdfunding portal with a target to raise $150 million from Obi’s supporters in the diaspora and N100 billion from those in Nigeria, THISDAY has reliably gathered.

A dependable source close to one of Obi’s supporters leading the process, said Tuesday they are targeting small amount in contributions to be gathered from supporters largely from the grassroots to help the LP set up more structures across the country and make the former Anambra State governor a formidable contender in the presidential race. The initiative is being driven by young enthusiastic Nigerians in the tech sector who are making waves and yearning for new leadership at the helm of affairs in the country. Some of whom have only recently come of voting age. “They are organising themselves into small committees and groups to contribute small amounts in a major effort to help Obi’s Campaign establish structure and presence around the country. Interestingly while some of their parents are either supporters of PDP or APC, they are rooting for Peter Obi,” a source involved in the discussion disclosed to THISDAY yesterday night.

The campaigns for the presidential election, which holds February 25, 2023, will officially commence on September 28, 2022.

Unlike 2019, when the race was essentially between All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), LP has become a major factor in the coming presidential poll.

Obi, who was in California, yesterday, is currently on a foreign tour to meet to his supporters in Canada, Germany, London, Rome, and the United States, where it is expected he would raise a substantial amount of the funds needed for the election.

“With that amount of cash, he would be able to build structures for Labour Party across the country and become a formidable opponent in the 2023 election and a threat to other candidates,” the source said.

Crowdfunding is a financing method that raises money by soliciting small individual investments or contributions from a large number of people. Political crowdfunding is widely considered an acceptable medium for raising funding from grassroots supporters.

Crowdfunding, particularly online, speaks to much wider groups than a party’s usual support base, while minimising time and effort for both the party and donors. It also has the potential to enhance a sense of community between the party and its base.

People without large amounts of wealth are seldom asked to support political parties financially. But with the advent of crowdfunding, this has changed and supporters with relatively low financial strength are now seen as a huge resource for most parties, according to a report by Sweden-based International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA).

However, as with political party funding, generally, political parties that engage in crowdfunding have to take the legal framework into account.

Most countries have regulations for donations and related privacy and transparency issues. In many countries, parties are only required to report donations above a certain threshold, to encourage smaller donations, while allowing the monitoring of potentially risky larger donations in order to prevent money laundering, terrorism financing, as well as other illegal financial transactions. The funds are also subjected to taxation.

“The automated nature of crowdfunding can allow donors to divide donations into smaller amounts more easily, thus circumventing the reporting obligations that apply to donors (although this only applies to some countries),” the IDEA report stated.

The Labour Party presidential candidate also yesterday, said Nigerians in the diaspora could be effectively mobilised as true assets for the rapid development of the country, adding that the Nigerian diaspora can play a major role in helping the country transform its education sector.

Obi, in a series of Tweets from California, United States, where he attended a forum with the theme, “The Role of the Nigerian Diaspora in Civic Leadership in Nigeria,” noted that the diaspora community could help Nigeria set up and administer endowment funds in the Nigerian universities.

He said endowments could also be used to provide support for students to go on exchange programmes that add value to their skills and motivation as well as support faculty research as well as research and development (R&grin), in general.

“Recently, Dr. Phillip Ozuah took a catalytic lead by donating $1 million to University of Ibadan,” he added.

Obi wrote, “Nigeria diaspora remittances now augment and support education, promote entrepreneurship, and stimulate businesses and investments in healthcare, in addition to foreign remittances. Nigerians in the diaspora constitute the first line of representation and the first line of defense.

“They have been flying the national flag high, in contributing their quota towards the development of the country across various sectors.

“Diaspora remittances now outstrip foreign direct investment for most low and middle-income countries, Nigeria included. In most cases, such remittances now constitute three times the volume of Official Development Assistance (ODA) received.”

According to the LP candidate, beyond their renowned role of sending foreign remittances back home, the diaspora are increasingly critical in advancing technology and skill transfer, strengthening democracy, opening up global supply chains, trade and foreign direct investment, education and research, as well as healthcare.

Obi also stated, “Diaspora communities constitute an integral part and, indeed, a critical mass of the development trajectory of their respective home countries. In that context, diaspora communities are increasingly part of the foreign relations architecture. They now serve as informal ambassadors and help with in advancing development in their home countries.”

Obi urged Nigerians in the diaspora not to despair or become weary in contributing their quota towards nation-building, despite the present state of insecurity in the country and parlous economy.

He pledged that his administration, if elected, would have zero tolerance for corruption and cut cost of governance.

According to him, “Our total commitment to transparency and accountability in government business is the only credible way to achieve limited to zero corruption.

“Africa will remain the centrepiece of our foreign policy. We will improve Nigeria’s diplomatic sphere of influence via peacekeeping, trade, and investment initiatives. We will pursue aggressively modalities for raising the national Internet penetration, as well as increase contribution of ICT to overall economic growth to aid national development.

“We intend to lay special emphasis on critical infrastructure, especially power, to ensure a clear measurable increase of 200 per cent of today’s generation, transmission and distribution within the shortest time possible through public private partnership.

“We will pursue intangible assets of good governance, rule of law, security of lives and properties, through an aggressive increase in personnel and equipment and inclusive training of operatives in our security agencies.

“We will emphasise patriotism, national interest, and national morale, quality of government, political will and character, which are all complimentary to the other assets. We will ensure that we have these assets in place and stress asset optimisation.

“Thinking through 2023 and beyond, we must think seriously about a leadership that is imbued with competence, capacity, credibility and commitment. The 4 Cs will be required to turn Nigeria around. Patriotism cannot be imposed; just like respect, it must be earned through dedication, responsiveness, active engagement, orientation, and prioritising of Nigerians in diaspora. The ripple effect will be rapid and will rub off positively on the country’s economy.”

Obi told his audience that they had the network and numbers to negotiate the priorities of the government, especially during the election period.

He stated, “You should be able to place pressing issues on the agenda of the candidates and, subsequently, on the front burners for new government that will be formed.

“Besides voting, a citizen’s most coveted role is holding an elected government accountable. With your education, exposure and understanding of government responsibilities in your host country, and collective leverage, in the New Nigeria we seek, we must think out of the box and at times, disruptively. As government and as Nigerians in diaspora, we must henceforth contemplate those global best practices that will confer comparative advantage on us, and replicate known successes that can move Nigeria from consumption to production.

“Nigerians in the diaspora, when effectively engaged, can act as important ‘trade ambassadors’ and ‘negotiators’ for the country, especially at the level of attracting small-scale boutique businesses. No country thrives economically merely by exporting its raw materials and importing virtually everything. Such a disposition weakens our economic base and employment capabilities.

“Opportunities also abound for proactive collaboration between the diaspora community and the federal and state governments in expanding healthcare delivery; improving the quality of our healthcare system as well as ensuring skill transfers to locally-based practitioners.”

Obinna Chima


Career / Re: How Long Did It Take You To Get A Job After You Graduated From The University? by Larryomooba(m): 3:23pm On Dec 08, 2020
7 months after NYSC.....move around for series of interviews test etc...but finally got a bank in Lagos and the rest is history....but right now i need an accounting graduate with a 2.1 or upper credit for immediate employment if u have or know any one holla at me sharp sharp make we run am
How do we contact you o
Politics / Re: Osinowo’s Death Caused By COVID-19? by Larryomooba(m): 8:21pm On Jun 15, 2020
One will think that his Colleagues at the helm of power are going to use his death to do some deep reflection about their handling of the Covid 19 issue and the Nation in general, but not in Nigeria.

Rip to the dead.
Actually not only politicians wat bout us
Politician r also masses
The kind of politicians we’ve re d kind
Of ppl we are.
Education / Re: Drone Shot Of University Of Ilorin(better By Far) (pics) by Larryomooba(m): 7:38pm On May 28, 2020
Tell me between this so called federal university
With over 40years of existence and that of private less than 20years the one that has more future... do not despise the days of little beginning Private Universities r coming to take the place of public uni give it 20more years. Private sec school did it Uni about too.
Travel / Re: Photos Of Ore Flyover Bridge In Ondo State by Larryomooba(m): 4:30am On May 26, 2020

And what did you see in IMO villages and Nnewi that is worse than what is obtainable in the whole SW?

U can’t compare normal bcus east dont about heritage
Like d west, in west here u can see dat it is home
Of many first and dey refuse to let go of those
Kind of structures unlike the east dat almost every
Thing was brought down and was rebuilt
That is the case, just reason it
Travel / Re: Photos Of Ore Flyover Bridge In Ondo State by Larryomooba(m): 4:14am On May 26, 2020
Nempi that is a village in IMO state now close to nnewi in anambra state. .. Yoruba dig well because water is close to the ground level.. Dig well in most land in Igbo land, you won't see any water in it.. You are educated but not intelligent.. They should have posted you in a thick village in Ebonyi state

U don’t get it I swear down it close
Just dat u pass ihiala to nnewi
I visited nkpor UBA bank so I
No wat I’m saying it cost me 400
To get there. Google map shows
Me 25mins from Nempi to Nnewi
Both south and north
Isn’t Mgbidi(Imo) and Uli(anambra)
The boundary more like Berger to mowe
Nonsense u wrong there
See any water how?
Travel / Re: Photos Of Ore Flyover Bridge In Ondo State by Larryomooba(m): 1:21pm On May 25, 2020

Do you even know the enormous threat those Rusty corrugated roof pose on the life of Yorubas? With the evident poverty there, it is pretty obvious those people cannot access borehole water and thus will rely on rain water dropping from those Rusty roofs.
In the East, clean borehole water is the cheapest thing you can access. It is not even a luxury because most building have it done even before the building is erected and adorned with Modern new Zealand roofing sheets

You ppl r idiot I swear to God
I served in imo state Orlu Nempi close to
Nnewi sef
I can assure u all my life it is the igbos that
Rely on Rain water Dey even connect pipe
From their roof(brown roof) to a dam they
Created either big drums or block made
In the other hand Yorubas usually have well
Where everyone come to fetch free of charge
A 25litres keg in the east is N20 exploiting
Each other, most of u talk about East and not
About it villages... there’s no local gov I did not
Visit in imo state but most of u staying in lag
Don’t even no how many local gov Dey ur state
Tribalistic moderfucka, u want everyone to believe
You r better than others bcus Yorubas don’t travel.
Business / Re: Waltersmith Modular Refinery And 33 Brewery In Imo State (Photos) by Larryomooba(m): 4:48pm On May 12, 2020
Lalasticala I can see you..... Show owerri small love na, we don’t have brown roofsgrin
Be deceiving ur sef..
Go along port harcourt road u go see enough brown roof.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: COVID-19: Akeredolu Offers Permanent Jobs To Volunteers In Ondo by Larryomooba(m): 4:27pm On May 05, 2020
Well this will go a long way to give confidence
To health workers in the state.
Kano sef would av done something as good as this...to increase confidence maybe health workers will
Stop running from the state because even if Ganduje Receives the money he request for and
There's no workers there would b problem.


Politics / Re: Oil Workers Must Show Covid-19 Results Before Entering Rivers – Governor Wike by Larryomooba(m): 11:38am On May 05, 2020
they can have there office in Lagos but the main production takes place in Rivers state and other Niger Delta states

That guy is only giving example how this
Governors sends away companies from their
State, i hope u get it, same way mimiko sends
Dangote Refinery away from Ondo, now Lagos
Benefit more base on employment.
Health / Re: Abdulsamad Rabiu Donates Ambulances, 20 Vehicles To Kano COVID-19 Taskforce by Larryomooba(m): 11:25am On May 05, 2020
I could imagine without Bua and dangotes contributions, its a shame buhari has never contributed personnally anything in his entire years in nigeria, he has never been poor just stingy, may God grant us wealth that will be benefitial to others

This prayer is very deep.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Trump Suggests Injecting People With Disinfectant As Treatment For Coronavirus by Larryomooba(m): 7:03am On Apr 25, 2020

Keep quiet he never said that , we all watched the briefing and it was clearly about destroying the Virus on surfaces with UV Ray's , sunlight and disinfectants ...And yes Chloroquine works against COVID and there is a lot of evidence about this ...See that you plan with Obama to turn America to a Muslim nation has failed so face your front ...

Stop defending nonsense you're not the only
One that like trump, he said it if not y claim
He was been sarcastic


Foreign Affairs / Re: Trump Suggests Injecting People With Disinfectant As Treatment For Coronavirus by Larryomooba(m): 7:03am On Apr 25, 2020
Stupid fake news ...I watched the briefing and there was no where they said they would inject anyone with disinfectant , please disregard this Democrat fake propaganda !!!!! The briefing was about how sunlight and disinfectants killed the virus left on surfaces and had nothing to do with human body

Stop defending nonsense you're not the only
One that like trump, he said it if not y claim
He was been sarcastic


Religion / Re: What Are Your Favourite Nigerian Gospel Songs? by Larryomooba(m): 9:11am On Apr 19, 2020
Shola Allyson IRI Album
I like all but my best is
IRI, Child, Kari try to listen too

1 Like

Politics / Re: Abba Kyari's Last Statement Before His Death by Larryomooba(m): 8:55am On Apr 18, 2020
The Iranian Military General killed by US Drone Qasem Soleimani was never laid to rest in 24hrs
Stop this Religion whatever, it only for the poor.

3 Likes 1 Share

Car Talk / Trump Advice Americans To Buy America Made Cars by Larryomooba(m): 10:39pm On Mar 31, 2020
After seeing this from a recent tweet made by Trump, I'm force to believe that President Buhari as actually not been in the fore Front of made in Nigeria goods, else the Nnewi Originated Vehicle(INNOSON Motors) should have been his Discuss in other to grow the naira and create jobs like he has always preached doing his 2015 Presidential campaign to diversify our Economy.

The tweet below;

1 Like 1 Share

Health / Re: Six COVID-19 Patients To Be Discharged In Lagos by Larryomooba(m): 4:00pm On Mar 26, 2020
What we have in Nigeria are audio coronavirus, someone with headache, malaria,fever, typhoid will be claiming Corona.

Ladies and gentlemen,men and women, people of Nigeria coronavirus in Nigeria is a scam and has no place in the typical African man body system.

There's recovery around the world
Check below...


Health / Re: Six COVID-19 Patients To Be Discharged In Lagos by Larryomooba(m): 4:00pm On Mar 26, 2020
We are not here to drag who takes the lead or not.....let there be healing in the land.

I have one question that begs for answer(s),
Would a survivor of Covid 19 be infected again if exposed to the virus?

Yes unlike ebola
Health / Re: Six COVID-19 Patients To Be Discharged In Lagos by Larryomooba(m): 3:59pm On Mar 26, 2020
Nigeria Doctors don discover the vaccine
Or those ones tested negative?

They went traditional �
Politics / What Gimba Kakanda Said About President Buhari's Health by Larryomooba(m): 12:01pm On Mar 25, 2020
He said this below

"Protect the President by all means. We can’t afford a repeat of the Yar’adua era in this critical time. The potential replacements are a breed of vultures I wouldn’t want to see in charge of Nigeria. And now isn’t the time to flee the country."

What is your reaction to this ?

Business / Mike Adenuga's House In BANANA ISLAND, Lagos (Photo) by Larryomooba(m): 1:04am On Mar 06, 2020
Mike Adenuga's House Looking Like An Estate In BANANA ISLAND

As seen online, the house allegedly cost the business Magnate and Globalcom boss 7billion naira as at when built.

Picture below


89 Likes 16 Shares

Health / Re: Mordi Ononye Doing Coronavirus Screening At The Airport (Photo) by Larryomooba(m): 8:45pm On Mar 01, 2020

Just a tip of the iceberg of how stupid and clueless our political office holders are to the global pandemic.

Maybe he thought that toy that looks like gun will scare the virus from latching unto him grin

The other day, a professor of medicine went to visit a quarantine corana virus patient without any safety apparatus.

We have so many educated illiterates in this country! grin

It's i too no dat his killing most of u
Try and goan check video on y it
Not necessary, they no better Dan u

1 Like

Politics / Re: How We Foiled Attempts To Bomb Lagos, By Fashola by Larryomooba(m): 7:08pm On Feb 06, 2020
fashola is now conspicuously avoiding his business of supplying power to Nigerians and discussing his purported past glories. I guess he now understands the full meaning of rocket science? minister of darkness!

He his no longer the minister of power.


Celebrities / Re: Angelique Kidjo Speaks Yoruba As She Visits Lagos Studio And Meets With Asa by Larryomooba(m): 3:57pm On Jan 29, 2020
She is Yoruba. Her father is from Ilesha in Osun state
Lies her father is Beninese it's the mother that
Is Yoruba.thanks


Romance / Re: Kiss & Tell: Lady Confronts Guy On The Road For Telling His Friends They Had Sex by Larryomooba(m): 8:59pm On Jan 22, 2020
Why is this generation of women so shameless?
It was staged sa
Politics / Re: Caption This Photo Of President Buhari And Osinbajo by Larryomooba(m): 7:02pm On Jan 18, 2020
A Professor of Law ridiculed by Nepa bill holder!!

And a nepa bill holder employed Doctors and
Profs, wat a shame.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Damage To US Air Base In Iraq Hit By Iranian Missiles (Satellite Photos) by Larryomooba(m): 7:26pm On Jan 09, 2020
Over 22 ballistic missiles, 5 impact points... Where d remaining missiles hit
1hit Ukrainian Plane.
Celebrities / Re: Kanye West And Kim Kardashian Christmas Card 2019 Family Picture by Larryomooba(m): 7:31pm On Dec 13, 2019
Kim with 4 kids still hot as ever. Thats how star do
Surrogacy and ivf...

1 Like

Celebrities / Re: Cardi B: AKA Mocks Nigerians 'We Hosted The World Cup, You Hosted Cardi B' by Larryomooba(m): 6:26pm On Dec 10, 2019
Such a boring response!

Politics / Re: Buhari Departs Nigeria For Egypt by Larryomooba(m): 1:15pm On Dec 10, 2019

Buhari is the only president on earth who has spent more time away from his country while in office...

Imagine the waste of resource.. In a country that is ranked the poverty capital of the world..

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (of 8 pages)

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2024 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 61
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.